Sunday, 10 December 2017

Eyelashes for the party season

Koko lashes from falseeyelashes.co.uk

It's not often that I'll wear eyelashes anymore, fringes and eyelashes can be quite tricky! But I always like to have that bit of extra 'difference' at Christmas that makes your make up stand out more. Eyelashes can really finish off a make up look so I was really looking forward to trying out Koko Lashes. It's the first I've heard of Koko but they looked too perfect not to try. They have such a huge range of lashes, from the bold dark fluffy ones to simple delicate natural look ones. They're a little bit more expensive than the typical Eyelure ones but they're so much nicer.
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Wednesday, 6 December 2017

The best gift for a travel lover - El Camino

El Camino travel charm bracelets

I love quirky Christmas presents, especially when some have a meaning behind them. This is why I love the concept behind El Camino jewellery, especially if you're a budding travel lover like me! It was the first I've came across this brand recently and instantly fell in love with the idea, even my Mam thought it was a sweet idea. I'm a lover of charm bracelets but I find them quite bulky mostly, whereas this one is really comfortable to wear all the time.
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Sunday, 3 December 2017

Fresher Me Mud Mask

Fresher Me mud mask

I love a good face mask, I've tried absolutely heaps of them and love trying out new ones. I still have my trusty ones that I'll always swear by, but they all seem to do different things so I'm always multi-masking. This one is by Fresher Me, and it's a mud mask. Mud masks are my favourite as they really clear your skin of any impurities and stop me from getting any blemishes. This is the first I'd heard of this brand, although I had seen them on Instagram, so was intrigued to try them out!
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